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Coach Who Lost Job for On-Field Prayer Takes a Knee Once More After Years of Legal Struggles

A high school football assistant coach who had been dismissed for quietly offering a brief prayer following football games has returned to the field

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., administers the Judicial Oath to Judge Amy Coney Barrett in the East Conference Room, Supreme Court Building. Judge Barrett’s husband, Jesse M. Barrett, holds the Bible. Credit: Fred Schilling, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

Religious News From Around the Web November 9, 2020

SCOTUS Hears Fulton v City of Philadelphia The U. S. Supreme Court on Nov. 4 heard Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case in

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Religious News From Around the Web May 11, 2020

Study Other Faiths, Worship Resumes, SCOTUS Update, Iran Thanks Zoroastrians, Sikhs Help, Samaritan's Purse Hit Again, Methodist Split Delayed, Everyone is Our Mother How

Religious News From Around the Web April 20, 2020

Easter Bathtub Broadcast, Virus Unites Church, Bible in Politics? Religions “Nonessential,” SCOTUS Religious Cases by Telephone, Zoom-Bombing, Atheists Win School Prayer Suit, Dalai Lama

Religious News from Around the Web March 23, 2020

Coronavirus Vaccine, Drive-in Church, Government Shuts Down Religious Services, Chinese Destroy Churches, Samaritan’s Purse, Sikhs Help, Justice Delayed, Religion Survey Israelis Say Coronavirus Vaccine

Religious News From Around the Web March 2, 2020

Biblical Plague, Give up Phones for Lent?, Minister Farrakhan, Thich Quang Do, SCOTUS to hear Catholic Foster Case, Boko Haram, Coronavirus and Hajj Give

Major SCOTUS Decision for Marriage in Obergefell v Hodges

Supreme Court will make an important decision in the ongoing same-sex marriage debate with the Obergefell v. Hodges case. Over 30 cases hang in the

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Abercrombie & Fitch Faces Muslim Woman in Supreme Court

Abercrombie & Fitch is in hot water after denying a Muslim woman a job because of her religious headscarf. The two are meeting in

Muslim prisoner wins Supreme Court case to keep his beard

The United States Supreme Court has made a unanimous decision to grant prisoner Gregory Holt the right to keep his beard for religious reasons. Gregory

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Muslim Prisoner Fights for Religious Right to Keep His Beard

The Supreme Court's most recent religious freedom challenge after Hobby Lobby is coming from a Muslim man who wants the right to keep his